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Artificial Intelligence or Emotional Intelligence ?

Artificial Intelligence or Emotional Intelligence ?

Numerous publications focus on the role that artificial intelligence will play in the future of all professions, including procurement. However, emotional intelligence, which enables us to build relationships and create commercial value, remains an irreplaceable...

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Regenerative Procurement is the new Procurement

Regenerative Procurement is the new Procurement

The Regenerative Procurement objective is to propose an alternative approach to the application of an ESG “layer” on methods that have led to yesterday’s economic successes, but also to today’s environmental and societal disasters

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Economic Sovereignty: a unique opportunity for supplier innovation ? Article published in Les Echos, August 3, 2020

Economic Sovereignty: a unique opportunity for supplier innovation ? Article published in Les Echos, August 3, 2020

History shows us that withdrawal impoverishes countries and spirits. At the 1849 Peace Congress, Victor Hugo uttered this divinatory phrase:
“The day will come when there will be no battlefields other than markets opening to trade and minds opening to ideas…”. Relocating production is not only illusory, it’s also dangerous. Only innovation will enable to reseed industrial ecosystem, and the environmental conversion that is finally taking place is an opportunity not to be missed.

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“For a restorative procurement policy” Published in Le Monde on May 16, 2023

“For a restorative procurement policy” Published in Le Monde on May 16, 2023

While the CSRD is being implemented, the practice of regenerative procurement allows companies to improve their financial and non-financial results. Imagining new virtuous approaches that go beyond the deleterious practices of excessive competition should contribute to regenerating, day after day, the ecosystem of companies, and therefore the environment and society.

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“For a restorative procurement policy” Published in Le Monde on May 16, 2023

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to weigh on world trade, the inversion of the balance of power between companies and their suppliers, which is responsible for the rise in costs, could become sustainable. Article published in Le Monde on November 5, 2021

Could we have foreseen that the Covid crisis, which had already damaged value chains in the winter of 2020, would continue to severely disrupt the entire global industry? Companies built their 2021 budgets on the assumption that the crisis would only last a few months, until everything was back to normal and everyone was back to their old lives

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Regenerative Economy : a call to action signed by a collective of 150 in Le Monde dated August 2, 2023

Procurement departments face the need for « moral renewal”. The support of top management will remain decisive, which raises the question of the place of procurement in the executive committees.  Published on May 2023

In the early 2000s, the American gas company Enron inflated its profits and concealed its losses in order to increase its value on the stock market, precipitating its bankruptcy, leaving 20,000 employees out of work and destroying millions of dollars in pension funds....

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Overcoming the Unexpected, Shaping the Future: Building Resilience through Procurement